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Victory 3

In an adversarial proceeding (like a bench trial) in Bankruptcy Court, the Creditor was trying to prove that my client should not be able to file bankruptcy and wipe out the money owed to them. During the proceeding we made a motion for a directed verdict arguing that the Creditor had not proved any fraud or valid reasons to not let my client file bankruptcy and the judge agreed. That meant that halfway through the hearing the judge stopped the case and based on our argument dismissed the case.

In an adversarial proceeding (like a bench trial) in Bankruptcy Court, the Creditor was trying to prove that my client should not be able to file bankruptcy and wipe out the money owed to them. During the proceeding we made a motion for a directed verdict arguing that the Creditor had not proved any fraud or valid reasons to not let my client file bankruptcy and the judge agreed. That meant that halfway through the hearing the judge stopped the case and based on our argument dismissed the case.

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